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Studying Waterfowl Ecology in the Pacific Flyway: New Technology Leads to New Insights

Mike Casazza USGS Western Ecological Research Center Wildlife biologist Mike Casazza presents his research findings on California waterfowl. Mike discusses the movement of waterfowl and what they…

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Into thinner air: How pikas live on the roof of the world and implications for their persistence

Recorded: April 17, 2019

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Using Remote Sensing and Targeted Water Sampling to Understand AI Risk for Commercial Poultry

Dr. Maurice Pitesky-DVM, MPVM, Dipl ACVPM Assistant Specialist in Cooperative Extension UC Davis, Veterinary Medicine Dr. Maurice Pitesky discusses how remote sensing and targeted water sampling can…

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Elk in California: History, current status, and future of California’s largest land mammal

Tom Batter PhD Student Mammalian Ecology and Conversation Unit University of California Tom Batter, University of California, Davis, Mammalian Ecology and Conservation Unit, shares his California…

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Insects of Bidwell Park

Dr. Don Miller Biological Sciences Department CSU, Chico Dr. Don Miller explains his findings regarding insects in Bidwell Park. Among butterflies tales, aphids anecdotes, and Jerusalem crickets…

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Canada: Our Friendly Neighbour to the North

Dr. Daniel Veidlinger Comparative Religion and Humanities Department CSU, Chico Canada is the second largest country in the world and sits just to the north of the United States with the longest…

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Beavertails, Enablers, Jammers: Highlights of a Sabbatical

Professor Don Miller Department of Biological Sciences California State University, Chico In a presentation on aphids, Professor Don Miller of Chico State shares his research findings and personal…

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Hidden In Plain Sight: American Indians and the American Master Narrative

American Indians are often left out of the traditional American Narrative. Lisa Emmerich reveals the covering up of the dark history between Native Americans and Europeans. The lack of basic rights…

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Playing Indian: Europeans, First Peoples, and Struggles for Hegemony in Early North America

Dr. William J. Campbell History Faculty, University of Memphis In the first part of his presentation, Dr. William Campbell looks at the phenomenon of American white people dressing in what they…

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